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I have a Power pc G4, dual 450mhz wit 1 gb of ram. it only came with 30gb of memory in hard drive so i decided to add another 30gb from an old mac i had.
So i formatted both to Tiger OS X one at a time, but then when both plugged in at the same time in the tower, the comp just crashes or not work at all. Is there a way around this ? i have plugged both drives to motherboard and also to powersupply. HELpp
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Did you set the drives as Master/Slave as appropriate?


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You will have to look up the support site for each hard disk to find out how to set one as a slave (you might get lucky and the settings might be printed on a disk sticker one one of the drives.

It doesn't really matter which one is the slave, but assume that both are set as master at the mo
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